ferrocene


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ferrocene

(ˈfɛrəʊˌsiːn)
n
(Elements & Compounds) a reddish-orange insoluble crystalline compound. Its molecules have an iron atom sandwiched between two cyclopentadiene rings. Formula: Fe(C5H5)2
[C20: from ferro- + c(yclopentadi)ene]
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On the basis of the catalyst type, the global metallocene polyethylene market is segmented into zirconocene, ferrocene, titanocene, and others.
Peak potentials were referenced versus ferrocene. All the data were recorded on an Autolab PGSTAT302N potentiostat (Metrohm).
Tenders are invited for Butyl ferrocene silane grafted hydroxyl terminated poly butadiene as per specification no.
Ferrocene) or factors other than iron base octane enhancing additives is not permitted.
The committee recommended that manganese quantity in local and imported environment-friendly Euro-II gasoline should be limited to 54 milligrammes per litre (mg/l) as no addition of ferrocene or any other iron-based octane blending additive was permitted.
And the use of iron in any form whatsoever is banned linked to iron-base octane enhancing additives, for example, Ferrocene etc.
The committee tested samples of local and imported 90/92 RON motor gasoline to determine concentrations of Manganese (Mn) and Ferrocene (Fe).
Additional specific key word searches included various combinations of the terms: organometallic, fuel additive, metallic, ferrocene, barium, fuel borne catalyst, cerium, diesel, and gasoline.
Schiff-bases of1,1' di-substituted ferrocene and their Pd(II) and Pt(IV) complexes were found to have valuable activity against the various bacterial strains Hegazy, 2012.
Ferrocene, Fe[([C.sub.5][H.sub.5]).sub.2], as catalyst was dissolved into ethanol and sonicated for 20 minutes at room temperature.
Poly(mercaptopropyl)methylsiloxane (PMPMS, average degree of polymerization of 40, 95%, Gelest Inc), N-hydroxysuccinimide ester of ferrocene carboxylic acid (FcCA-NHS, 98 %, Tokyo Chemical Industry Co.